10cc - live in concert - volume one

By Car:

We are located on Torbay Road in Torquay. Postal Code TQ2 5EZ There is ample parking nearby in either the Sheddon Hill, Marina or Fleet Walk car parks plus limited parking available on the road.

By Train:

Torquay train station is located just along the seafront, about a 20 minute walk away from the Theatre. For more information and train times please check National Rail .

Guide dogs, hearing dogs and all working dogs are welcome at Southport Theatre and they can stay with you while you are in the Theatre. If you wish to bring your guide or hearing dog to the Theatre, please advise the Box Office when booking your tickets and a seat next to the aisle will be reserved for you. Alternatively a member of staff will care for your dog during the performance. We can also provide drinking water for your dog.

This region-free DVD-R is in NTSC format and will play on most Gaming consoles and DVD Players made since 2000, and comes in a FULL SIZE DVD case ( US orders only ), with cover art and track listing.

Another trademark was that many of their cover photos told "stories" directly related to the album's lyrics, often based on puns or double meanings of words in the album title. Since both Powell and Thorgerson were film students, they often used models as "actors" and staged the photos in a highly theatrical manner. Hipgnosis covers rarely featured artists' photos on the outside, and most were in a gatefold cover format to provide ample space for their slickly photographed tableaux.

10cc 's 1993 Japanese tour was a disaster, in musical terms if not (one assumes) financial. Certainly, the ensuing live album has since been released in so many different permutations, and beneath so many different titles, that there can be very few fans who have not bought it at least once. Probably by accident, but the accountants don't care. Live in Concert, Vol. 1 (and, correspondingly, Vol. 2 were the first of these permutations to strike American soil, single discs arrived at by the simple expedient of slicing of the original two-CD package in half, and damn the consequences. In terms of quantity, Vol. 1 is the best. Ten songs, five hits, two Beatles covers. Unfortunately, it's also one of the most lifeless performances you'll ever hear. For quality, then, Vol. 2 might just have the edge -- although the continued banality of the performance renders such a recommendation academic at best. Eric Stewart 's guitar showcase "Feel the Benefit" at least reminds us that its maker was once rightly regarded among his instrument's most reliable showmen, and the so-called "Bullets Medley" proves that the band could rock when it wanted to. But "Dreadlock Holiday" and (incredibly) "I'm Not in Love" are little more than bad karaoke, and the closing cover of the oldie "Slow Down" is so anti-climactic as to be a joke. And, while the audience does sound suitably excited, crowd noise alone cannot recommend a live album. Avoid.

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